China Engraving and Printing Works


China Engraving and Printing Works

The China Engraving and Printing Works is a subsidiary of the Central Bank of China in the Republic of China (Taiwan). It is responsible for printing the paper bank notes of Taiwan in its currency, the New Taiwan Dollar.



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